Prices – Free.
Hours – Monday – Sunday: 5:30am – 2:00am. Shops are open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
First opened in 1913, Grand Central Terminal is one of the most famous transportation hubs in the world, as well as a popular shopping and dining destination. For great views of the city, enjoy dinner and cocktails at Michael Jordan’s: The Steak House NYC, located on the balcony of the west side concourse. On the level below the tracks, you’ll find additional shopping and dining, from the Apple Store to souvenir shops and local florists.
Are there buses to the surrounding airports that run from Grand Central?
Yes. Buses leave to all major surrounding airports every half hour from 41st Street between Park Avenue & Lexington Avenue.
How do I find out about track changes, train information, and other Metro-North related issues?
To find out about track changes, contact Metro-North Railroad Customer Service and Information at 212-532-4900.